Camera Loosely: Maria Denolt Presents a History of Photography
Part of the “Forever Queer: Community, Memory, Survival” program, fictional art critic Maria Denolt will introduce key moments in the development of photography and share tips for appreciating photographic works of art. Originally created by Dani Lamorte for a series of guerrilla performances at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Denolt mixes art history with speculative madness, inviting viewers to engage with works of art using their own life experiences and cultural references.
This is a free event, but registration is required.
Forever Queer is supported by IU’s Queer Philanthropy Circle and The Media School.